Canadian Ski Area to Reopen for Father’s Day Weekend for First Time in a Decade: Dads Get to Ski For Free

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Mt. Washington Alpine Resort on Canada’s Vancouver Island is offering a unique skiing and ziplining event this Father’s Day weekend.

The resort will open ski lifts and zipline tours at the same time this Saturday and Sunday, June 18 and 19, CTV News reports

It’s the first time the resort’s opened ski lifts during the Father’s Day weekend in more than a decade. The last Father’s Day ski weekend was in 2011, according to the resort.

Day lift tickets will be offered for all ages for $29 and dads will be able to ski for free to celebrate Father’s Day.

Ziplining at Mt. Washington, shown here, will also be taking place this Father’s Day Weekend at the Vancouver Island resort while its ski lifts spin. | Photo courtesy of Mt. Washington Alpine Resort 

2021/22 season pass holders or those who already purchased passes for the 2022/23 season will get complimentary lift access this weekend, too, according to Mt. Washington.

The ski area’s Whiskey Jack ski lift will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. over the weekend with limited access to the resort’s terrain park while the resort’s ziplining operations are running as well. 

Patio games and live music will also be a part of the Father’s Day Celebrations.

Happy Father’s Day! 

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